Mesmering sunsets, world famous Mediterranean fine white sandy beaches, high towering cliffs, dense pine forests (which can easily catch fire – my trip began with the century’s biggest fire on the island, not funny), crystal clear sea and last but not least the various beach-, disco-, pre-party bars and famous clubs and parties – no wonder the European hippie culture settled down on and today chill and party people come to the Balearic island.

Such as a crazy party crowd gathered from Pachabella and Rocco Island Entertainment (muchas, muchas gracias for the invitation and organisation once more! Yyyiiieeeeaaahhh) flown in from Austria and Spain that danced through various opening parties end of May this year. It was the first time I attended these famous and truly memorable clubbings which – what an actually wonderful and mind-and-body-friendly idea – start in the afternoon and last until midnight (well, if you can not stop you can continue to rock on one of numerous after hour and after after hour parties). At this point also a big thank you to “my future husband” and www.redbull.com for taking personal care of all our tickets and special guest services which started at Ushuaia Hotel www.ushuaiabeachhotel.com

and ended at Space Ibiza www.spaceibiza.com.

Find out here some other hottest tips on the latest places to go to guarantee sure-fire summer hits (ja ja ja, feel the fire burning) for beachside glamour, low key dining and all party potential:


Blue Marlin ( www.bluemarlinibiza.com )
Playa Es Jondal, S/N, 07830
Sant Josep de SA Talaia
Make sure to spend your Sunday decked out in your most glamorous gear at this glossy beach; it’s definitely the place to be seen

Benniras ( www.ibizaholidays.com/beaches/Cala_benirras.aspf )
Cala Benirras, S/N, 07815
Sant Joan de Labritja
Bring out your inner hippy at this simple down to earth beach


Bar Costa – Jamón y Queso ( http://ibiza.unlike.net/locations/305614-Bar-Costa ) Plaza de Sta. Gertrudis                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Best and most authentic place for a bocadillo and cerveza

Bambudhha ( www.bambuddha.com )
Ctra. San Juan km 8.5
Santa Eulalia
You stroll beneath a luscious canopy of bamboo, past watchful carved stone statues and feel you are in Goa, Ko Pha Ngan or… In Ibiza! Go for the curries and sushi is as well a must

El Ayoun ( www.elayoun.com )
Isodor Macabich #6
San Rafael                                                                                                                                         Make the most of this casual cool Moroccan restaurant where everyone eats and meets before they hit the clubs


Pacha ( www.pacha.com/ibiza/ )
Avinguda del Vuit d’Agost
Eivissa                                                                                                                                            Forever glam the jet set makes sure they are around for the best nights of the week, in a fabulous show and setting, those being amongst others Swedish House Mafia on Mondays and David Guetta on Thursdays

Amnesia ( www.amnesia.es )
Carre Enmig, 4
Eivissa                                                                                                                                                      All trendsetters head to Cocoon Mondays and dance the night away in the most fashion forward outfits, get inspired!

In this picture’s memorable acquaintances: www.josefajram.es – Spanish extreme athlete and ironman and ultraman and all-over-the-body-covered-with-tattoo-man with his true saying “I don’t know where the limit is, but I know where it’s not”; www.sturmayr.at – The man you and your haircut can deeply trust. Austria’s one and only star figaro.

Next to www.silviagattin.com ‘s Manisha tunics and dresses for the ultimate Ibizian hippie outfit check out my Indian travel friend Yasmin’s label Navajo Girl (here the Jungle Jane tie dye Maxi dress):  http://www.etsy.com/shop/shopnavajogirl

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